Thousands of Google employees in offices around the world staged a walkout Thursday to protest an alleged culture that fosters sexual harassment at the Mountain View, California-based tech company.

The walkout comes a week after reports from The New York Times that Google protected male executives accused of sexual misconduct and inappropriate relationships with subordinates, including then-Google general counsel and now-parent company Alphabet chief legal officer David Drummond.

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